The actual cover of the March Open Command Variant offers a new take of “End Level Villains”. If you’re still skeptical about the actual appearance of failsafe on the cover of DC Comics’ Spider-Man Tribute, Zudaski said he “understands” that eagle-eyed readers draw a hilarious image of Shrek. Unfortunately, Shrek isn’t really fail-safe for those who wonder.
Indeed, the cover of Todd McFarlane’s original Marvel Comics is one of his best works and has been respected many times, but DC Comics has adopted its own version of Batman. It’s still amazing to see. This shows that rival publishers respect each other’s most iconic covers. When can readers get the Guillem Marc Spider-Man Tribute Cover? Batman DC Comics # 126 was a hit in comic stores and online retailers later this year.
Source: Chip Zdarsky – Bottom Stack
Batman Welcomes A New Villain With Help From Marvel’s Spider-Man
The actual open order variant cover from March will feature a new look at the “Doomsday-level villain.” Still, if you’re curious about Failsafe’s true appearance on the Spider-Man homage cover from DC Comics, Zdarsky said eagle-eyed readers “will figure it out…”, drawing a hilarious picture of Shrek. Unfortunately, Shrek isn’t actually Failsafe, for those wondering.
Of course, the original Todd McFarlane Marvel Comics cover is one of his best works and has been homaged many times, but it’s still somewhat surprising to see DC Comics tackle their own version of it with Batman. It shows the rival publisher’s mutual respect for each other’s most iconic covers. Readers can pick up the Spider-Man homage cover from Guillem March when Batman #126 from DC Comics arrives in comic book stores and online retailers later this year.
Source: Chip Zdarsky – Substack
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